Swedish Designer-Manufacturer Team Make CNC-Cut Layers Tables

Layers by Kajsa Willner and AC Snickeri.


Cooperation among compatriots was the theme of , the official Swedish pavilion at the , as 15 designer-manufacturer teams made the case for closer harmony between the two groups. Among the pairings were multidisciplinary designer and woodworker , who collaborated on a trio of tables called Layers, a reference to better the way the CNC-cut slices of engineered wood are assembled in alternating colors. Heights are staggered from 12 to 19 inches, so the tables can stand independently or overlap. 





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